Hollywood superstar Bradley Cooper is returning to television. The “American Sniper” star is joining the television adaptation of “Limitless,” which he starred in the movie version back in 2013.
While ABC has announced they will not be pushing with the planned spinoff of “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD” this coming season, the network president said the project is not altogether dead.
Set to launch later this summer on the premium cable network AMC, “Fear the Walking Dead” has reportedly started filming in Vancouver, according to a press release. The show will also be filming scenes in Los Angeles at a later time.
Will Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) Las Vegas be back for another run? This is an apparent question which has been left hanging and to this day.
Ahead of the Upfronts presentation this week, NBC has released the teasers for some of its new shows, which will debuting in the Fall. Take a look at what these are:
After much speculations, it’s been confirmed that “Hart of Dixie” on The CW and “The Mindy Project” on FOX are getting the axe. These female-centered series were in their fourth and third seasons before the networks decided to cancel them.
Once again, HBO leads this year’s nomination at the Critics’ Choice Awards for Television, followed by FX. Meanwhile, network television CBS, ABC and FOX also have plenty of nominations.
Josh Charles surprised everyone with his exit on “The Good Wife” on CBS last season. Now, the actor is making a bid for a TV comeback with a major role in Showtime’s “Masters of Sex.”
Syfy is bringing “The Magicians” to TV. The story is based on the best-selling book by author Lev Grossman. The series is set for a 12 episodes.
Because last night’s telecast was all about the “fight of the century” between boxers Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, “Saturday Night Live” decided to air a “pirated broadcast” of the sports event in order to boost its ratings. This was actually the cold opening to the night’s show which featured Scarlett Johansson as guest host.